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Porch decoration of a large blue ceramic pot with dried Baptisia, by Barbara Pintozzi
Finish garden tasks before the onset of winter. To prevent damage, empty out terra-cotta and ceramic containers before moving them and any garden ornaments inside for the winter. Some ceramic pots are frost tolerant and can be left outside, but they should be stored upside down or in a place where they
they will not be exposed to moisture during the winter. A covered porch is where this container filled with the dried foliage of Baptisa 'Purple Smoke' spent last winter.
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Love the look. Where can i get containers like this?
love these high container planters...could be good for the side yard?
might have been confused if brightly colored or patterned containers had been used.
container plants for deck top and by bedrooms
the containers and the succulents. ease of care here.
Black ceramic containers in the same shape and size bring harmony to this collection of plantings. You can also create this effect with other plants, such as cacti,
3. Plant a container garden. Although grasses are much easier to maintain, if you really want flowers to brighten up your backyard, perennials are a safe bet. Although annuals do tend to do well in container gardens, they need to be replanted each year. Container gardens are great because
what are the containers in the drawer & where can I find them?
Love the containers for storing stuff
food container storage. will keep food bug free
Put food items in plastic containers, label top so you know
pantry-The pantry. Containers are a problem in the pantry — they look
perfect for these tall airtight storage containers. But this tip would work even if you have shallower drawers — just use smaller storage containers. This setup would be even more efficient with the help of a label maker. Make sure that each storage container full of dried goods is labeled correctly
the market. Consolidate containers, clear out old stuff and wipe down the shelves. Add a few nice wire baskets if you want to corral wayward boxed goods. And if you do want to upgrade to pretty matching containers, remember to label their contents.
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A stunning monochromatic garden in Lotusland. Two giant ice-blue succulents mark the entrance into this garden whose color theme is enhanced by blue grasses and a striking blue container. Design credit; http://www.lotusland.org/ Photo credit; Personal Garden Coach
A stunning monochromatic garden in Lotusland. Two giant ice-blue succulents mark the entrance into this garden whose color theme is enhanced by blue grasses and a striking blue container. Design credit;
hardiness varies) stand sentry while two blue atlas cedars (Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca', zones 6 to 10) contrast with these bold succulents. Hummocks of blue fescue grasses (Festuca glauca) resemble a herd of spiky blue hedgehogs in this fantastical display. Using containers, fabrics and decorative accents to
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Part of my red white and blue kitchen.
Heath Ceramics products are amazing. I love the variation of color. Dark grey grout looks good here too.
Blue tile, white cabinets, black counter
Slim shelf, blue tile, white cabinets w/ dark counter
By the 15th century, smalt, a glass containing cobalt, was ground up and used for paint, making blue more obtainable and forever changing the world of fine art painting. Can you imagine a work by Monet without it? Try using a strong blue, like cobalt blue, where it will
It’s close enough to the indigo color of blue jeans, which we are used to seeing accessorized with any and every color, that it functions as a neutral, giving you flexibility with the palette. Backsplash: Classic field tile in Opal Blue from Heath Ceramics
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UES Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Bluestone Paver Patio, Deck, Planter Box, Pots
Contemporary New York roof garden with huge potted yellow mums in terra cotta pots and boxwoods in blue ceramic containers. Read more about this garden on my blog, www.amberfreda.com.
Love the big blue planter and the blue tiles